Lil Tracy Biography
Birthday: October 3, 1995 (Libra)
Born In: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Jazz Ishmael Butler, professionally known as Lil Tracy, is an American rapper and singer-songwriter. He is known for his singles "This Year" and "Checkmate” as well as for his collaborations with the late rapper Lil Peep on tracks, such as "White Wine” and "Awful Things", the latter of which peaked at #79 on the Billboard Hot 100. A prominent personality in the "SoundCloud rap” scene today, Lil Tracy had decided to pursue a career in music as a young boy. He was born to musicians Cheryl Clemons and Ishmael Butler. His parents split when he was young and he had to face a lot of struggles as a youth. He was homeless as a teenager and moved to California from Virginia when he was 18. Lil Tracy began publishing his music online when he was just 15 years old. He ultimately grew his audience through SoundCloud and then went on become a promising rapper with an impressive fan following. Currently, he continues to make music and entertain his fans with his vocal and songwriting skills. On a personal note, the artiste has emerged as a better version of himself over the years.